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Atchison's USD 409 organizes for new school year
07/09/2019

Renee Scott/Submitted

(KAIR)--With new Superintendent Renee Scott officially at the helm, the Board of Education for USD 409 has organized for the new school year.

That happened during the board’s regular meeting held Monday evening.

Following brief discussion, board member Rick Zumbrunn made a motion to leave the current board leadership in place, meaning Herb Gwaltney retains the role of President while Carrie Sowers continues on as Vice-President.

The rest of the board agreed, voting unanimously to keep Gwaltney and Sowers in those positions.

The new school year began at the beginning of the month, and that’s when Scott began formally serving as Superintendent of schools. Monday’s meeting was her first in that official role.

She replaces former Superintendent Dr. Susan Myers, whose retirement became effective just prior to the start of the new school year.

 

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